Olukai Shoes’ Hawaiʻiloa Manu Ihu Are The Chukka Boots With All The Style And Comfort A Man Needs
Presented in partnership with OluKai…
Finding a great pair of Chukka Boots can be difficult to do. Are they stylish enough to pair with jeans and khakis? Are they comfortable enough to withstand a day of walking around town? Will they hold up under extreme conditions? And, most importantly, will they have enough grip on the bottom for superior traction during the wet fall and winter season?
While we’ve all searched far and wide for a solid pair of Chukkas, Olukai Shoes has given us the best pair this year, releasing their Hawaiʻiloa Manu Ihu boot just in time for guys to prep for the colder seasons.
Crafted to commemorate the iconic Hawai‘iloa voyaging canoe, the Hawaiʻiloa Manu Ihu dons 20-triangled kapa design on the heel signifying the 200-foot height of the Sitka Spruce trees from Alaska, gifted to the Hawaiians to build this historic wa’a (canoe). So to say these are unique doesn’t do them justice.
And, unlike other pairs for Chukka Boots out there, the Olukai Shoes made it easy for you to lace up and get on with your day, leaving you with the best style, comfort and substance. That’s because these pair of Chukkas use a soft and waterproof leather nubuck upper blended with wool lining. So go ahead and bring it on, Mother Nature.
With a lightweight and supportive footbed, as well as a ‘Wet Grip Rubber’ outsole for superior traction, you’re set for the next few months.
And, like all OluKai Shoes, the Hawaiʻiloa Manu Ihu are inspired from the culture of Hawai’i, which is why a portion of all the proceeds directly supports the Ama OluKai Foundation, honoring those who preserve and celebrate the cultural heritage and Aloha spirit of Hawai‘i. That means they’re manufactured with passion, which isn’t something other pairs of shoes in your closet can claim to be.
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